Ronald Gerald Wayne - The failed Apple

 
Ronald Gerald Wayne - The failed Apple
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You've definitely heard of Steve Jobs and perhaps his co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak. But have you heard of Ronald Gerald Wayne?

No?

He was co-founder of Apple with Jobs and Wozniak in 1976.

Ronald Gerald Wayne sold his shares in Apple for $ 800. They were worth over $35 billion in August 2011.

Wayne drew the first Apple logo, it was he who wrote the first user manual and created the first draft of the original contract between the three men.

Wayne's share of Apple accounted for ten percent, but less than two weeks after the company was founded, he made what in retrospect can be seen as one of history's most expensive blunders.

The founder sold his ten percent of Apple, for $ 800.

Today, ten percent of Apple is worth 65 billion dollars.

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